Archive: Judicial Branch Newsletters 

Diné Justice - (March 2017).  In this issue: Best practices from Navajo Nation Public Safety Summit, Meet Chinle's new staff attorney, Celebrating the creation of the Navajo courts

Diné Justice - (June 2017).  In this issue: Aneth Court hosting Tribal & Community Reentry Court program, Justice Day photos, Upcoming events.

Diné Justice - (February 2017).  In this issue: Upcoming events, Quarterly updates, Welcome new staff.

Diné Justice - (November 2016).  In this issue: Chief Justice's quarterly message, Seeking applicants for judges and justices, and Quarterly updates from the judicial districts, Peacemaking Program and Probation Services

Diné Justice - (September 2016).  In this issue: Peacemaking Program graduates 99 youth apprentices, student interns, What Happens Now? re-entry workshop.

2015 Criminal Justice Summit Newsletter - (June 2016).  In September 2015, a Criminal Justice Summit was held where top three needs and fears of Navajo communities were identified. Read more about the summit in this issue.

To'Hajiilee Youth Council - (June 2016). In this issue: To'Hajiilee teens say Doo'da to alcohol, Navajo leaders show support for youth council and school-based alcohol prevention programming.

Diné Justice - (June 2016). In this issue: Judge Livingston confirmed, Judicial Conduct Commission working on organizational documents, Justice Day photos.

Aneth Community Court Newsletter - (Spring 2016). In this issue: MOU Signed, Pilot Project grant nears end, Creating positive identity, Law and Order Committee visit.

Aneth Community Court Newsletter - (Summer 2015).  In this issue: Project Hope Recovery Program, Horse Gentling Seminar, Trash Pick Up, Garden Project. 

Aneth Community Court Newsletter - (Autumn 2014).  In this issue: Accomplishments, Community Court Garden Project, What is a Resource Meeting?  

Aneth Community Court Newsletter - (Summer 2014) .  In this issue: Change brings opportunity to Aneth District, What is Aneth Community Court?, Probation Services, Peacemaking Program

Diné Justice, Vol. 2, No. 3 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (December 2013).  In this issue: 2013 conference, quarterly report highlights, employee recognition.  

Diné Justice, Vol. 2, No. 2 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (August 2013).  In this issue: Facilities construction priorites approved, Students intern at Navajo Nation Supreme Court, Judicial district, Meet new employees, and Quarterly report highlights.  

Diné Justice, Vol. 2, No. 1 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (May 2013).  In this issue: Judicial districts celebrate Justice Day, New facilities at Crownpoint and Tuba City, News briefs.

Diné Justice, Vol. 1, No. 4 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (March 2013).  In this issue: Probationary judges confirmed, VAFA contains victims' rights, Highlights from FY2013 1st quarter.

Diné Justice, Vol. 1, No. 3 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (November 2012).  In this issue: Probation Academy graduates 24, New plan of operation approved for Peacemaking, Highlights from FY 2012 Fourth Quarter, and Update on district court judges.

Diné Justice, Vol. 1, No. 2- The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (July 2012). In this issue: Navajo Nation a leader in restorative justice, How to apply for a passport, Celebrating 2012 Justice Day

Diné Justice, Vol. 1, No. 1 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch (April 2012). In this issue: Chief Justice's Annual Message, supplemental appropriation request and juvenile justice statistics.

Diné Youth & Justice, Vol. 1, No. 4 - The Official Newsletter of the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch's Nábinaáháazlaago Initiative (December 2011).  In this issue: Children's Code amendments, annual conference, support for case management, FORT A-Team youth conference.

Diné Youth & Justice, Vol. 1, No. 3 (August 2011)

Diné Youth & Justice, Vol. 1, No. 2 (May 2011)

Diné Youth & Justice, Vol. 1, No. 1 (February 2011)